The Princess and The Frog Trading Cards

The Princess and the FrogThe Princess and the Frog, the latest Disney animated movie, won’t amazed us with its CGI, it’s indeed hand-drawn. But, the characters depicted in this film may conquer the public! Here below a set of cards from the last comic con:

The Princess and the Frog Cards

Princess Tiana

A bright, hard-working resourceful visionary


The handsome and gregarious Prince of Maldonia


The lovesick Cajun firefly

Louis, The Jazz Virtuozo

Fun-loving allogator with a heart of gold and a love of jazz

Dr. Facilier, Master of Shadows

The sinister (yet charismatic) Witch Doctor

Big Daddy

Richest man of all Louisiana


Tiana’s enthusiastic romance-obsessed (very spoiled) debutante friend

Lawrence, the pompous valet

Prince Naveen’s stiff roly-poly (and comically sinister) manservant

Friends from the other sides

Sinister shadows who carry out Dr, Facilier’s dark deeds

James & Eudora, the parents

Tiana’s nurturing mother and inspirational father

Mama Odie

A 200-year-old voodoo priestess, all knowing seer

Two Fingers, Reggie, Darnell, aka The Frog Hunters

The hilarious (though dim-witted) father-son trio of frog hunters

“When the free-spirited, jazz-loving Prince Naveen of Maldonia (Bruno Campos) comes to town a deal with a shady voodoo doctor goes bad and the once suave royal is turned into a frog. In a desperate attempt to be human again, a favor in exchange for a fateful kiss on the lips from the beautiful girl, Tiana (Anika Noni Rose), takes an unexpected turn and leads them both on a hilarious adventure through the mystical bayous of Louisiana to the banks of the almighty Mississippi and back in time for Mardi Gras in New Orleans. An unforgettable tale filled with music, humor and heart where two frogs—along with the help of a 200-year-old voodoo priestess, a love-sick Cajun firefly, and a trumpet-playing alligator—discover that what they want isn’t as important as what they need.”

Tiana is a black girl but the frog is actually a white guy. A few people were bugged by Disney’s choice, but I’m all for movies featuring interracial unions: it’s the future of the country after all (just check the last census!), and it’s good to see that Hollywood is adjusting to the reality!

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